With Poland-Ukraine trade growing, Poland and Ukraine have agreed to a 48% increase in cross border trucking permits for 2019 – 160,000 for each country.
Monday, October 15, 2018

With Poland-Ukraine trade growing, Poland and Ukraine have agreed to a 48% increase in cross border trucking permits for 2019 – 160,000 for each country.

With Poland-Ukraine trade growing, Poland and Ukraine have agreed to a 48% increase in cross border trucking permits for 2019 – 160,000 for each country. Poland wanted a lower number, but demand in Ukraine is intense. Last April, police arrested an official of Ukrtransbezopasnost, the state safety agency, for selling trucking permits for up to $500 a piece. The official fee for the form is $1.75.

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